PDF book covers the following topics related to Digital Signal Processor :
Introduction, CPU Data Paths and Control, Instruction Set, Pipeline, Interrupts,
Mapping Between Instruction and Functional Unit.
This note explains the
following topics: Discrete-time signals and systems , Periodic Sampling of
Continuous-time Signals , Transform analysis of L.T.I. systems , Structure for
discrete-time systems, Filter Design Techniques , Discrete Fourier transform ,
Fourier Analysis of Signals Using DFT.
This note teaches the
basic signal-processing principles necessary to understand many modern high-tech
systems, with a particular view on audio-visual data compression techniques.
Topics covered includes: Signals and systems, Phasors, Fourier transform,
Discrete sequences and spectra, Discrete Fourier transform, Spectral estimation,
Finite and infinite impulse-response filters, Random sequences and noise,
Correlation coding, Lossy versus lossless compression, Quantization, image and
audio coding standards.
This note covers the following
topics: Processor Applications, Processor Markets, The Processor Design Space,
Requirements of Embedded Processors, Evolution of GPPs and DSPs, Types Of DSP
Processors , DSP Applications, DSP Algorithm Format , DSP Memory, DSP
The lectures note present fundamental elements of digital audio
signal processing, such as sinusoids, spectra, the Discrete Fourier Transform (DFT),
digital filters, z transforms, transfer-function analysis, and basic Fourier
analysis in the discrete-time case.
Author(s): Department of Music, Stanford
The focus of this book is on
spectral modeling applied to audio signals. More completely, the principal tasks
are spectral analysis, modeling, and resynthesis (and/or effects). It mainly
covers the following topics: Fourier Transforms and Theorems, Spectrum Analysis
Windows, FIR Digital Filter Design, Spectrum Analysis of Sinusoids, Spectrum
Analysis of Noise, Overlap-Add STFT Processing, Filter Bank View of the STFT,
Applications of the STFT, Multirate Filter Banks and Continuous Fourier